Closing the loop on portable lithium-ion battery recycling
Lithium-ion batteries may power our modern lifestyles, but their impact is felt far beyond our own backyard. Lauren Roman explains how Everledger is helping to find a solution to this growing problem of our time.
Everledger: 2020 in review
This year is memorable for an obvious reason, but that didn’t stop us from having more fascinating adventures at Everledger. We’ve picked our highlights. 2020 will long be remembered as a year like no other.
Everledger and MCQ: bringing the future of fashion forward
On the launch of the new MCQ brand, Everledger’s Calogero Scibetta shares his excitement as a collaborator on the revolutionary brand. By internalising technology, MCQ is changing the customer experience and walking the walk on sustainability.
The case for sustainable EVBs using the Battery Passport
Everledger’s Lauren Roman shows how the Battery passport will allow manufacturers of electric vehicle batteries to collect, repurpose and share data along the value chain. The opportunities for mitigating climate change are considerable.
“Blockchain is an emotionally-connecting sales tool”
Everledger’s Amy Cooper-Curtis talks to the people behind Fred Meyer Jewelers’s Rock Solid Diamonds brand about the importance of differentiation, as the industry seeks to rebound from the disruption of COVID-19.
Becoming Everlegendary – our Everledger Values
Do values actually make a difference? The short answer is yes, absolutely. Just look at the challenges of the COVID-19 crisis, when hard decisions were required.
Engagement is the dynamo for co-evolution
Industry disruption relies on building bridges, rather than burning them, says Everledger CEO Leanne Kemp, as she recalls a few home truths from her upbringing in rural Queensland.
Fostering sustainability and fairness through gemstones blockchain solutions
Gemstone track and trace methodologies, of which blockchain-enabled gemstones form a significant improvement to foster more transparency, are becoming central to any supply chain required to provide evidence of its responsible business practices.
Why traceability matters in recycling and the circular economy
Global total waste is on course to grow 70% by 2050, while each human being creates an average of 500kg of waste per year. Nonetheless, we are only recycling around 20% of our global plastic waste.